Question about 1984 Chevrolet Camaro
Restriction in fuel line is possible but not likely. There are two filters to prevent that. The orginal fuel filter, and a screen on the bottom of the fuel pump. Anyways, the problem you are describing sounds like a busted hose on the fuel pump. You could replace the whole fuel pump. Or if it's the kind I'm thinking of, there is a hose on a fuel pump that dose occasionaly brake. If that hose is broken, replacing just that hose should solve your problem.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
Hi,sounds like a bad fuel pump.I would check for restrictions in the fuel supply line.There is a very remote chance that your pressure regulator could be malfunctioning....Good Luck!!!
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